Ramchandani seeks reinstatement at Citi as part of unfair dismissal case

Judge says statutes require the court to consider such a request over compensation

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Ramchandani's unfair dismissal case against Citi kicked off in London on November 12

Former Citi foreign exchange trader Rohan Ramchandani seeks reinstatement or re-engagement at the bank as part of the unfair dismissal case that kicked off today (November 12) at the East London Employment Tribunal. The case is being heard by Judge Alison Russell.

Citi argues that reinstatement or re-engagement “is a non-starter given the circumstances of this case”, with the bank highlighting that a lawsuit brought forward in the US in which Ramchandani seeks $112 million in damages is

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